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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
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Saves
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Fantasy Points
Sep 23, 2022 4 4 3.47 2 1
Sep 22, 2022 4 4 3.38 2 2.5
Sep 18, 2022 4 4 3.44 2 3
Sep 17, 2022 4 4 3.50 2 10.5
Sep 14, 2022 3 4 3.57 2 4.5

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 1302.1 57.0 4 4 2 54 23 3.47 1.18
2021 1642.6 61.7 3 5 11 60 21 4.38 1.49
3y Avg. 109.52.1 47.7 3 4 5 47 18 4.53 1.41
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Fantasy News

  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Signs with Angels

    Estevez agreed to a free-agent deal with the Angels on Monday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Estevez will receive $13.5 million across the next two seasons, per Jon Heyman of the New York Post. The hard-throwing righty logged a 3.47 ERA and 1.18 WHIP in 57 innings for the Rockies in 2022. Estevez struck out less than a batter an inning and isn't a master of control, as he walked 23. Despite tallying just 13 saves between the last two seasons, he could be a top candidate to close games for Los Angeles.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Shifts to 15-day injured list

    Estevez (illness) was transferred to the 15-day injured list Thursday. Estevez landed on the COVID-19 injured list Tuesday, but he doesn't actually have coronavirus, per Sonja Chen of MLB.com. Still, the ailment has affected him to the point that the Rockies decided to shut him down for the year. He'll end the season having recorded a career-best 3.47 ERA in 57 innings.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Placed on COVID list

    Estevez was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Tuesday. Estevez has been having a solid year, posting a career-best 3.47 ERA and 1.18 WHIP over 57 innings out of the bullpen. There is no minimum or maximum time that players must spend on the COVID list, but in the meantime Ty Blach has been recalled to replace Estevez in the bullpen.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Records eighth hold

    Estevez threw a scoreless inning, allowing one hit and no walks while striking out two Sunday against the Mets. Estevez entered in the eighth inning with the Rockies up 1-0 and got Tyler Naquin to fly out to start the inning but surrendered a single to Brett Baty and allowed him to advance to second on a wild pitch. The righty worked out of the trouble by striking out the next two batters to secure his eighth hold of the campaign. He now owns a 3.66 ERA through 46.2 innings this season.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Back from paternity leave

    Estevez was activated off the paternity list Saturday. Players may spend between one and three days on the paternity list. Estevez wound up spending the minimum amount, having only just left the team Friday. Chad Smith was optioned to clear space for his return.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Moves to paternity list

    Estevez was placed on the paternity list Friday, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports. Estevez picked up his first save of the season with a scoreless inning Thursday against the Padres, and he'll now step away from the team in order to spend some time with his growing family. The 29-year-old should rejoin the Rockies before the start of the second half of the season next Friday.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Earns first save

    Estevez didn't allow a baserunner while striking out one in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save Thursday against the Padres. Daniel Bard pitched in three of Colorado's last four games entering Thursday, which allowed Estevez to earn his first save of the campaign. Estevez is not likely to see many additional save chances this season -- barring Bard being traded -- as he has a 4.45 ERA and 26:15 K:BB across 30.1 frames.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Hit hard, takes loss

    Estevez (1-1) allowed three earned runs on three hits with one strikeout over one-third of an inning to take the loss Friday against the Diamondbacks. Estevez entered the game in the eighth inning with the game tied at one, but he served up two home runs in the span of four batters to take the loss. He has held opponents scoreless in seven of 10 appearances this season to go along with two holds. Estevez does have a bloated ERA with a current mark of 5.87, though that is heavily skewed by his blowup Friday.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Earns one-out win

    Estevez (1-0) was credited with the win Saturday against the Dodgers after retiring the only batter he faced. Estevez entered the game in the eighth inning to replace Alex Colome and was credited with the win after retiring Max Muncy on a flyout to center.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Agrees to one-year deal

    Estevenz and the Rockies avoided arbitration Tuesday by agreeing to a one-year, $3.025 million deal, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Estevez matched his career high with 11 saves last season while posting a 4.38 ERA, the second-best mark of his five-year career. He may not return to the closer role he held down the stretch, however, as the Rockies recently signed veteran righty Alex Colome, who's saved 155 games in his career.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Gives up walkoff homer

    Estevez (3-5) was tagged with the loss in relief Sunday against the Diamondbacks after giving up the decisive run while tossing two-thirds of an inning. Estevez quickly retired Ketel Marte and Josh Rojas through flyouts, but he gave up the game-sealing homer to Josh VanMeter, who went deep for the sixth time this year. It was an unfortunate end of the year for Estevez, who went 11-for-17 in save chances while posting a 4.28 ERA with a 1.49 WHIP through 61 innings (63 appearances) this season.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Secures save Friday

    Estevez earned the save against Arizona on Friday with a perfect inning during which he struck out two batters. After the Rockies rallied for three runs in the top of the ninth, they turned to Estevez to close out the high-scoring affair. He did so with ease, retiring all three batters he faced, including the final two via strikeout. The save was Estevez's 11th in 17 opportunities. Since getting blown up for four runs against San Francisco on Sept. 8, the right-hander has converted six of seven save chances while posting a 2.70 ERA across 10 appearances.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Grabs 10th save

    Estevez picked up a save after pitching a scoreless ninth inning in Tuesday's 3-1 victory over the Nationals. He didn't allow any hits and walked one. The 28-year-old walked Yadiel Hernandez to open the inning but retired the next two batters including a game-ending double play by Luis Garcia to escape unscathed. He is now 10-of-16 in save opportunities this season. Estevez has been far from elite though, allowing at least one baserunner in 21 of his last 22 outings.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Locks down ninth save

    Estevez allowed two hits and struck out one in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Friday's 9-8 win over Washington. Estevez was able to make a one-run lead stand in the ninth inning despite putting runners on the corners with two outs. The right-hander is now 7-for-8 in save chances since he took over as Colorado's primary closer in late August, although he's yielded six runs on 14 hits and four walks in 10.2 innings since Aug. 27. For the year, he has nine saves, a 4.34 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 57:20 K:BB in 56 innings.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Picks up win

    Estevez (3-4) allowed one hit and one walk while striking out one over an inning of work, picking up the win in Wednesday's 3-2 extra-inning victory over Atlanta. Estevez got the first two outs of the ninth inning before Ozzie Albies and Jorge Soler both reached base. With the winning run in scoring position and Freddie Freeman at the dish, the right-hander got the Atlanta first baseman to fly out on one pitch. Although he has now allowed a hit in six straight appearances, Estevez has gotten a ton of high leverage work for the Rockies in September.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Secures save No. No 8

    Estevez allowed a hit and a walk but also struck out a batter during a scoreless ninth as he got the save over Atlanta on Tuesday. Estevez worked around the aforementioned two runners to close out the game for his eighth save of the year. The 28-year-old has converted four of five save chances already in September and has pitched very well aside from his blowup against the Giants last week. Overall, Estevez has a 4.50 ERA, 1.44 WHIP and 55:19 K:BB over 54 innings this year.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Picks up save No. 6

    Estevez allowed a run on two hits in the ninth inning of Thursday's game against the Phillies, but he escaped with the save. He struck out one batter. Estevez was close to giving the game back after the Rockies took the lead against Phillies closer Ian Kennedy the prior half inning. He ultimately pitched out of a second-and-third, one-out situation with the lead still intact. Estevez has now given up at least one run in each of his last three appearances, but with only one blown save in that span and saves in three of his last four appearances, he's been getting the job done more often than not since Daniel Bard was removed from the closer picture.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Earns fifth save

    Estevez allowed one run on a hit and no walks while striking out one in one inning to earn the save in Saturday's win over Atlanta. Saturday's outing marked the first time Estevez gave up a run since July 28, but he still preserved the lead to pick up his third save in his last five outings. The right-hander has taken on ninth-inning duties recently since Daniel Bard was removed due to struggles, and he's performed well in high-leverage situations.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Secures save Friday

    Estevez earned the save against Atlanta with a perfect ninth inning Friday. Estevez made very quick work of the three batters he faced, needing only four pitches to retire the side in order. He hasn't allowed an earned run in 14 straight outings dating back to July 31, registering six holds and two saves over that span. Given Daniel Bard's recent struggles, Estevez could be given all or most of the team's save opportunities for the remainder of the campaign.
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  • Rockies' Carlos Estevez: Closing opportunity emerges

    Estevez appears to have taken over as Colorado's closer after Daniel Bard was removed from the role, Danielle Allentuck of The Denver Gazette reports. Estevez picked up his third save of the season Friday while Bard pitched the eighth inning, and manager Bud Black confirmed after the contest that Bard was no longer the closer. Estevez wasn't officially named the replacement, but he's the logical candidate given he secured the save Friday and hasn't allowed a run in his past 11 appearances. He has a 4.08 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 47:16 K:BB over 46.1 innings for the season, but Estevez has pitched better since the All-Star break.
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